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  • What’s so hot about Berlin for startups?

    Kevin McDonagh, CEO of startup technology company, Novoda, asks fellow startup colleagues in Berlin’s Silicon Drinkabout networking evening what is so hot about Berlin’s startup scene?

  • South Staffordshire College digital campus: 4D immersive laboratory

    Jamie Smith, director of strategy and infrastructure at South Staffordshire College takes Computer Weekly on a tour of the brand new digital campus

  • South Staffordshire College digital campus: Collaboration room

    South Staffordshire College is taking a “pioneering approach” to new forms of technology enabled learning at its brand new digital campus. This includes collaborative working areas which includes technologies such as augmented reality.

  • UKtech50: Denise McDonagh, CTO, Home Office

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Denise McDonagh, CTO, Home Office discussed shaping the cloud to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: Stuart Birrell, CIO, McLaren

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Stuart Birrell, CIO, McLaren discussed creating real partnerships to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: David Matthewman, CIO, The Open University

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, David Matthewman, CIO, The Open University discussed innovtion in business which often didn't focus entirely on technoloyg, to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: John Bovill, CIO, Monsoon Accessorize

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, John Bovill, CIO, Monsoon Accessorize discussed how to implement low-budget innovation to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • UKtech50: Jagpal Jheeta, Marks & Spencer

    At Computer Weekly’s annual UKtech50 event, Jagpal Jheeta, M&S discussed IT innovation in a multi-channel retail world to an audience of CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders who are driving the creation of a high-tech economy.

  • Video: Undergraduate team builds Fantasy Fashion app for Shop Direct

    In this interview, Computer Weekly’s Cliff Saran speaks to Thomas Elm, a management student at London School of Economics, about a retail project for Shop Direct

  • Simply Business hackathon

    Sometimes people are most creative outside their normal work routine. This is a video of a hacking marathon Simply Business recently ran

  • How NFC contactless payments will change the way we shop

    Mobile phone payments technology is about to take-off in the UK as a growing number of retailers introduce Near Field Communications (NFC) terminals. The appearance of the iPhone and Android smartphones, has sparked renewed interest in NFC technology , driving a world market worth $180bn over the next 5 years.

  • CW500: Phil Dixon, development director at betting exchange Betfair

    In this CW500 Club video, Phil Dixon, development director at betting exchange Betfair, talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about the challenges posed by advances on the web and discusses the direction that online strategies will take in the next few years.

  • CW500: Ken Woghiren, BBC Worldwide head of architecture & strategy

    In this CW500 Club video, BBC Worldwide head of architecture & strategy Ken Woghiren, talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about the challenges posed by advances on the web and discusses the direction that online strategies will take in the next few years.

  • CW500: James Christian, head of innovations at online fashion retailer Net-a-Porter

    In this CW500 Club video, James Christian, head of innovations at online fashion retailer Net-a-Porter, talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about the challenges posed by advances on the web and discusses the direction that online strategies will take in the next few years.

  • CW500: David Smith, managing director at online retail trade body IMRG

    In this CW500 Club video, David Smith, managing director at online retail trade body IMRG, talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about the challenges posed by advances on the web and discusses the direction that online strategies will take in the next few years.

  • CW500: Ben Booth, Ipsos CIO talks about managing global IT departments

    In this CW500 video interview, Ben Booth, CIO at global market research group Ipsos, talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about his experiences of managing such a highly diverse, distributed and multi-lingual IT operation.

  • CW500: Collaborating with your peers – the charity sector view

    In a recessionary environment, sharing best practices in IT is more important than ever. Collaboration is becoming a new and important source of competitive advantage and increasingly, organisations are moving away from the traditional model of secrecy about their IT operations.

  • CW500: Collaborating with your peers – the local government view

    In this video from the CW500 Club, Computer Weekly’s IT leadership networking forum, Nick Roberts, IT business change manager at Surrey County Council, talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about how collaboration is becoming essential in the public sector to deliver efficiency improvements and meet targets for spending cuts.

  • 3D video: Highlights of the Blog Awards

    This year's Blog Awards was bigger and betetr than ever, we even managed to sneak some 3D video and pictures.

  • 3D Video voxpops: How will social media change in 2011?

    At this year's Blog Awards, in association with IBM, we quizzed a couple of the Blogger's elite on how they thought social media would change in 2011.

  • Video: How the British Library plans to support research in years to come

    Our article took an in-depth look at the consultation the British Library is embarking on to discover what research tools it should be using for the future. Its Growing Knowledge exhibition will kick this dialogue off, running for nine months from October 12th.

  • CW500: Corporate use of social media

    Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick talked to blogger and social media adviser Mark Kobayashi-Hillary about the corporate use of social media.

  • CW500: How can social networking be an integral part of a company’s IT strategy?

    Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick talked to BT chief scientist JP Rangaswami, formerly global CIO at Dresdner Kleinwort and CIO of BT Global Services.

  • CW500: How IT leaders can make best use of LinkedIn?

    Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick talked to Ariel Eckstein, managing director of LinkedIn’s European hiring solutions division.

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